Fabinho explained why he takes the time to adapt to life in Liverpool.
The Brazilian midfielder, who received $ 39.3 million from Monaco this summer, was an unused replacement for the opening weekend, thus winning West Ham United and even failed to make the bank in Crystal Palace on Monday.
Liverpool boss Jurgen Klopp revealed Friday that Fabinho had reacted positively to the fact that he was excluded from the matchday team and did not have any concerns about his ability to acclimatize.
And Fabinho admits that he gets advice from his fellow midfielders to help him find his feet.
"I am aware that it is a different style of play than Monaco," he said. "There were two in midfield while there are usually three here in Liverpool.
"My civil partners gave me guidance and assistance, so the defense.
"I knew it would change and I feel that I have adjusted well, you are looking for guidance from the other players around you and that has worked very well and I feel that my performances in the preseason were good.
"Although the systems differ slightly, there are also similarities.
"Monaco had a transition like that of Liverpool, I think the two teams can be compared in this way, both having a very fast transition with every fast player in front.
"I hope to be just as important here as I was in Monaco."
Fabinho made his Anfield bow in the friendly victory over Torino earlier this month, although his night was made memorable for the wrong reasons by missing a penalty.
And, speaking on the official Liverpool matchday program, he added: "I was happy with my performance against Torino but I was upset about the missed penalty.
"Of course it was good to play for the fans at Anfield and to feel the atmosphere, but I want to play well every week, consistently, that's what I work for.
"As a new player, I look forward to seeing this competition and making my debut will also be positive.
"The Premier League has a lot of intensity, a lot of physicality, I could see that we played against other English teams in some friendly games this summer, but I hope to adjust as soon as possible, I'll give everything."